Lunch menu Quick Links
Handbook Supply List Family Inv. Raising Respect
4-H Gifted JAGUAR PRIDE Leadership Talented Art
FES Motto School Rules Student Recognition and Incentives McDonald's Night



Seclusion & Restraint Policy

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Making Ornaments

Enrichment Day


It's time to order your 2017-2018 yearbook. Each yearbook will cost $17. Please fill out the order form and send back to school with payment. Please make checks payable to FES. The number of order forms determines the number of yearbooks ordered.

Jaguar Assembly

School Supply Lists

FES: Home of the Jaguars

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Teacher and Para for the 2017-2018 School Year

Paraprofessional - Shondrika Smith

Teacher - Gail Bond

Congratulations Ladies!!

Bond Issue


The public is invited to attend a meeting on Tuesday, March 6, 2018,

at 6:00 the Franklinton Elementary School Auditorium.

Food Drive

Winter Ball Queen and Her Court

Picture courtesy of Bert Burr.

Yearbook Deadline Extended

February Announcements

Ms. Sampey's Class Skittles V-Day Math

Mother/Son Masquerade Ball

Masquerade Ball

Mardi Gras Float Winners

Mardi Gras Floats

Senator Beth Mizell visits 3rd Grade

Senator Mizell

Mark McLeod

Winter Ball

The Buffy Coleman Show

AR Winners

Ronald McDonald visits FES

Rotary Club delivers Dictionaries to 3rd Grade

Fact Masters

Bell Times

7:10  Drop off begins.

7:30  Students enter classroom

7:45  Tardy bell/Classes Begin

2:30  Final check out time

3:08  Dismissal

School Calendar

Today: 2/23/18

FES School Vision

All students receive a quality education that enables them to reach their maximum potential and become responsible citizens who positively impact and contribute to their community.

FES Mission Statement

Franklinton Elementary School is committed to providing each student with optimal learning opportunities so that he/she can reach his/her full academic and social potential. This mission will be accomplished by:

  • implementing a relevant, coherent, and articulated curriculum
  • meeting individual needs while maintaining high expectations
  • providing a safe, stimulating, motivating learning environment
  • fostering  self-esteem with  respect, recognition, rewards, and accomplishments.

Teacher/ Staff Of the Month


Richard Simmons

Faculty Member

  Rebekah Smith 


Students of the Month

3rd Grade: Nate H. and Maddox B.
4th Grade: Alaisha M. and Aviya B.
5th Grade: Lola R. and Tyrin F. 



FES 5th Grader Wins 1st Place in Spelling Bee


Ethan Schilling!!!

Special Olympics

Accelerated Afternoon